Andrews, Lewis an English Wesleyan minister. was born in London in 1780. He became a member of the Methodist Society at the age of nine; entered the ministry in 1803; and travelled, among others, the Loughborough, Ashby, Birmingham, and Mansfield circuits. He died on the latter circuit. Dec. 2, 1818. He was a man of piety and talent. See Wesleyan Meth. Mag. 1820, p. 321; Minutes of British Conference, 1819.